(670 The Score) There's something to be said, I think, about Bears coach Matt Nagy’s demeanor Sunday. In the aftermath of one of the more embarrassing regular-season losses of his tenure in Chicago, Nagy took a noticeably more introspective tone in his postgame presser. And though he’s always been receptive to most questions, there are more than a few times in the past when his postgame jargon didn’t help the not-totally-unfair reputation he has as a coach who says a lot without actually saying very much at all. After the Bears’ 26-6 road loss the the Browns, however, Nagy – whose offense allowed nine sacks and had one net passing yard – didn’t leave much room for debate.
“I obviously as a head coach did not do a good enough job getting this offense ready to go and be able to play and win a football game” Nagy said. “It starts with me, it ends with me. It’s as simple as that.”